The orchestra usually performs two or three concerts per season. We perform with established and up-and-coming soloists – our collaborations have included Robin Ireland, Ben Gregor-Smith, Ingrid Clement, Chloe Saywell and Anthony Thompson.
Winter Concert 2019 – details to follow
Janet Altman Composing Competition – the second Janet Altman Composing Competition is now under way, to anyone with a Sheffield connection
Summer Concert 2018 – this included the premiere of Matthew Leese’s Easy Piano Concerto
Winter Concert 2018 – we performed a great selection of classics from Baroque to the 20th Century
Somme 100 Film performance – the orchestra performed Laura Rossi’s score for the 1916 film The Battle of the Somme.
Summer Concert 2017 – in a Russian and Soviet-themed concert we performed Arutunian’s Trumpet Concerto and Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony. This concert also celebrated the orchestra’s 40th year.
Endcliffe Orchestra at Classical Sheffield 2017 – the orchestra performed three recent compositions by aspiring Sheffield composers in the Winter Gardens as part of the Classical Sheffield festival
Winter Concert 2017, “Last Night of the Proms” – a great medley of popular classics, with soprano Chloe Saywell
recording of Happy Melancholy – The orchestra recorded new orchestral work Happy Melancholy
Summer Concert 2016 – Our Summer Concert was on Saturday 2nd July at St Luke’s Church, Lodge Moor, Sheffield. Orchestra viola player Lindsay Aitkenhead was the soloist in Berlioz’s Harold in Italy
Winter Concert 2016 – The orchestra performed Dvorak’s ever-popular New World Symphony, works by Verdi and Grieg and gave the premiere of Happy Melancholy